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15-04-2019, 18:31   #8191
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Just seen a comment on Facebook about GOT, some person saying I can't believe such and such dies.
Pay no attention, i’d Post that just for the craic and I don’t watch GoT
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15-04-2019, 19:04   #8192
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Weather's a bit trying isn't it?

I'm very ready for dress weather now
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15-04-2019, 19:35   #8193
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People who have to narrate there every movement!
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15-04-2019, 19:45   #8194
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Irish spoken in a scanger Dooblin accent.

RTE1 now.

Yeeeech
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15-04-2019, 20:39   #8195
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Something I saw a few times over the weekend at a bar/restaurant and out with a gang. People covering their food in salt before tasting it.

Basically a few of the patrons ordered food. A brunch of sorts- mostly fry ups. Now, without even tasting it two of them just grabbed the salt and spent a good 4-5 seconds sprinkling salt all over the food...without even tasting it. I mean how badly do you want to die? It was a fry up which is 90% salt anyway.

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15-04-2019, 20:51   #8196
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...People covering their food in salt before tasting it...
My other half's brother in law does that. Drives her up the wall, especially if it's something she has cooked.
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15-04-2019, 20:52   #8197
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It was a full flight or I would have!
We were half way through an hour long flight from the UK when she did it, and I don't think waiting another 30 minutes till we landed would have made a big difference to the baby.
He was very placid & not in distress or uncomfortable so its not like she needed to do it urgently.

The whole cabin stank to the high heavens for the remainder of the flight. Never again!!
What she did was disgusting but leaving baby in shítty nappy for another half hour wouldn't be right either. It would eat the ar$e off the poor little fella. My own baby is teething and her nappies are horrific. Even a few minutes in a dirty nappy has her bum red raw.
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15-04-2019, 21:04   #8198
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What she did was disgusting but leaving baby in shítty nappy for another half hour wouldn't be right either. It would eat the ar$e off the poor little fella. My own baby is teething and her nappies are horrific. Even a few minutes in a dirty nappy has her bum red raw.
There are changing facilities available in the toilet
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15-04-2019, 21:27   #8199
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There are changing facilities available in the toilet
Yes which she obviously should have used. Didn't think i needed to state that i my post.
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15-04-2019, 23:22   #8200
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ta not sure how to find the right forum for a question . If it's ok to ask here.. I'm curious about something that might fit into a category like psychology or personal issues but it's only a general query...like ,can anyone explain what this feels like and how they experience it, kind of thing...is there anywhere suitable to ask about this on Boards ?

I do know Google is there but I've already read the academic stuff...


Basically, the subject is''emotional detachment ''

TA when I sit on my hair

The ends dip into my tea

and a long strand plasters itself to one of my eyeballs

And ta other long haired people being knob-ish about ''specialist care by long hair expert Vidal Baboon at salon swankypants''. spare me.

The secret to long hair is...don't cut it.
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16-04-2019, 09:08   #8201
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Midget bites.
I've never been bitten by a dwarf or suchlike, but have been bitten ferociously by midges, very annoying, especially the next day when the bites itch like mad.
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The shaving brush I used this morning smelled like a damp dog, (or should that be badger) and I imagine I can still get it.
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16-04-2019, 09:29   #8203
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People who have to narrate there every movement!
I know ! An old school friend on Facebook informs everyone about her imminent bath every evening
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16-04-2019, 09:33   #8204
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I know ! An old school friend on Facebook informs everyone about her imminent bath every evening
It's nothing to do with her having a bath really...it's code
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I was looking for a quiet morning when leaving the house. Fed the cats before they went apesh*t me-owing, fed the dog before she started fighting with the cats, put her out in the garden for a slash. Let the cats out the other side of the house.
All calm, all good.


I let the dog back in, she flew past me, up the stairs and woke everyone else up.
Goodbye peaceful morning of coffee and Cheerio's.
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